GreenCom is a software company, offering white-label solutions for energy retailers and energy device manufacturers for Distributed Energy Resources Management. Its platform enables the connection and monitoring of energy devices and optimisation of energy demand, energy supply and energy storage through data from distributed energy devices in (and around) homes. Energy devices that the GreenCom platform can handle include amongst others: batteries, heat pumps, electrically heated boilers, electrical vehicles and solar PV installations. GreenCom’s use cases include maximising autarky levels (self-consumption) for homes with solar PV, a battery (and heat pump), a standardized ‘community sharing of energy’ solution and enabling flat rates for energy retailers through the use of VPP’s.
Backed by Munich Venture Partners and SET Ventures, GreenCom is a privately held global company with offices in Munich, Germany and Sophia-Antipolis, France.
GreenCom Networks, the Munich-based leader in home energy management solutions, has announced that innogy Innovation Hub, the Venture Capital Arm of innogy SE, a leading German energy company, has become an investor. innogy SE supplies energy to around 22 million customers across Europe. The investment follows a capital increase some month ago when GreenCom onboarded Centrica, the leading British utility as an investor. The investment from innogy Innovation Hub is for an undisclosed amount.read more
GreenCom Networks integrates innogy Innovation Hub start-up shine to offer disruptive residential energy services
Munich’s GreenCom Networks, world-leading energy IoT company, expands its offering around home energy management by integrating shine, a company founded by the innogy Innovation Hub The deal gives GreenCom access to shine’s customer base and energy management services...read more
GreenCom Networks provides end-to-end solutions for distributed energy resources management (DERM), enabling energy retailers and energy device OEMs to offer innovative digital energy services to their residential customers. Amsterdam, 19 February 2019 – GreenCom...read more
Dr. Christian Feisst is a visionary who thinks that to stop innovation to save money is like stopping the clock to save time. Some years ago, Feisst observed market trends and realised two things: Firstly, people want to be in control; second, digital media offers...read more
EDP Teams Up with GreenCom Networks to Enable Innovative Energy Services and Products for End Customers
EDP is preparing its retail business for the digital future. While the energy industry is becoming increasingly decentralized – with solar PV, battery storage and the uptake of electric vehicles – future utility companies will have to turn themselves into digital...read more
GreenCom Networks has secured a funding round led by London and Sydney-based the Macdoch Group, with a participation from existing shareholders Munich Venture Partners and SET Ventures. The funds will be used to further strengthen GreenCom’s position as an Energy...read more
Aggregation of Distributed Renewables Assets into Mixed-Asset Virtual Power Plants Can Bring Value to...read more
October 02, 2017 // By Julien Happich As solar photovoltaic assets, electric vehicles, electrical heating and cooling or battery storage are being connected into an intelligent power system, they must also be protected against a growing number of security threats. To...read more
GreenCom is a software company, offering white-label solutions for energy retailers and energy device manufacturers for Distributed Energy Resources Management.read more
Residential Distributed Energy Resource Management platform for energy retailers and energy device OEMs; the investment will be used to accelerate international roll-out GreenCom Networks AG (“GreenCom”) received funding from SET Ventures (“SET”) as the lead investor,...read more